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Music Review: Steffaloo – ‘Heart Beats’

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Steffaloo moves from folk pop to electronica on her third album. Perhaps the poetic lyrics are here, I just can’t hear them. Read More »

Music Review: Sam Pinkerton – ‘An Introduction’

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A melodic, thoughtful, and beautifully arranged debut album from a new singer-songwriter. Read More »

Interview: Matt Hires Discusses His New Album ‘This World Won’t Last Forever, But Tonight We Can Pretend’

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Hires discusses his new record, how a broken CD player influenced his music, and what he’s looking forward to during his tour with Parachute. Read More »

Music Review: Sam Pinkerton – ‘EP Sampler’

Sam Pinkerton Sampler EP cover

A taste of acoustic-based melodicism from a talented new singer-songwriter. Read More »

Music Review: Phillip Phillips – The World from the Side of the Moon

The season 11 winner of American Idol shows potential for long-term success with his debut record. Read More »

Music Review: Norah Jones – Little Broken Hearts

Norah Jones goes edgy on her latest album. Read More »

Interview: Avalanche City’s David Baxter Discusses the Creative Process Behind His Music

The “brain child” behind Avalanche City talks about creating music & teaching himself how to sing. Read More »

An Interview with Katie Herzig

This is her moment: singer/songwriter Katie Herzig discusses her creative process in making her ambitious new album, The Waking Sleep. Read More »

Music Review: The Portraits – The Blushing Of A World In White

All the earlier promise is fulfilled. Read More »

Music Review: Jason Castro – Jason Castro

The season seven American Idol contestant releases his debut album on Atlantic Records. Read More »